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La Palma is one of the Canary Islands, an archipelago off the coast of Spain and Africa. It is known for its black sand beaches, volcanic landscapes, active volcanoes, year-round sunny weather and lush vegetation. La Palma is home to some of the oldest and most iconic lighthouses in the world, including the Cumplida lighthouse. The first lighthouse on the Canary Islands was built in the early 16th century on the island of Lanzarote. Today, there are more than a dozen lighthouses spread across the islands. These beacons of light have helped guide ships through the treacherous waters around the Canary Islands for centuries. The lighthouses on the Canary Islands range in size and style, but all are impressive structures.
The Cumplida lighthouse is located on the northern tip of the island and is the tallest lighthouse in the Canary Islands. It was built in 1867 and is still in use today. The lighthouse is used to guide ships into the harbor at Santa Cruz de La Palma. The light from the lighthouse can be seen for up to 30 miles out to sea. La Palma's lighthouses are a popular tourist attraction, and the Cumplida lighthouse is no exception. Visitors can climb to the top of the lighthouse for panoramic views of the island and the surrounding ocean.
The Cumplida lighthouse is an important part of the history of La Palma. It is a symbol of the island and its people. The lighthouse is a reminder of the island's past and present, and it is a reminder of the importance of the sea to the people of La Palma. If you're looking for a unique travel destination with stunning natural beauty, La Palma is definitely worth a visit. A visit to the Canary Islands is not complete without a visit to at least one of these historic lighthouse. We recommend to be sure to check out the Cumplida lighthouse while you're there!